GRE Study: 13-letter Words

To prepare for the Graduate Record Exam, and similar scholastic aptitude tests, it helps to invest some time into expanding your vocabulary, especially for the Graduate Record Exam's verbal section. Here is another list of words to study for the Graduate Record Exam, comprising quite challenging 13-letter words. Our usual disclaimer applies: this list of Graduate Record Exam words is only the start of your vocabulary learning process. Choose words from the list that you don't know; then, learn those words through repetition and elaboration. Learning the words will take time, but you can use vocabulary learning software to help you prepare for the Graduate Record Exam and expand your vocabulary.

To help you prepare for the Graduate Record Exam, use good vocabulary-building software. In particular, use the popular vocabulary-building software Ultimate Vocabulary. The Graduate Record Exam version of Ultimate Vocabulary is designed specifically to help you prepare for the Graduate Record Exam. Go to Ultimate Vocabulary for more information. Click "For GRE Exam" from the top menu.

Tip: Double-click the following words to learn their meaning.

Graduate Record Exam Word List: 13-letter Words
animadversion antispasmodic apprehensible arboriculture
conflagration heterogeneity heteromorphic hydrodynamics
imperfectible impersuadable imperturbable inexpressible
interpolation interposition introgression irrefrangible
irrepressible irreverential lackadaisical metaphysician
perspicacious pharmacopoeia prescriptible preternatural
pusillanimous recrudescence retrogression signification
supernumerary syllabication valedictorian  

Copy and paste these Graduate Record Exam words into Ultimate Vocabulary, or use that vocabulary software's in-built GRE word lists. The vocabulary-building software will then generate word flash cards, provide definitions and usage examples, provide real-life audio pronunciations, and use other proven repetition and elaboration techniques to help you prepare for the Graduate Record Exam.


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Last modified on Wednesday, 18 November 2015 02:03
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